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I’ve been looking for inspiration for redoing my century-old bungalow’s bathroom, and this amazing bathroom stands out as one of my favorites. I’m drawn to the black and white palette, the classic details, and of course, that pop of hot coral. So good! I’ve been analyzing how to get the look, and it seems pretty [...]
Swap Out the Sink A new sink can energize a boring bathroom. Before you replace it, though, consider your needs. You might want to try standing in front of the model you're considering and acting out your morning routine. Will you have enough room to brush your teeth or put in your contacts? Your choice should balance aesthetics with practicality.
Definitely need to build some storage in both bathrooms. This is awesome because it fulfills my obsession with beaded board, without turning a modern style room into cottage style. My perfect combination of both.
Cottage Bath Ideas Love the easy living look of a cottage style bathroom? It's easier than you think to get the look. Here are 5 ways to add cottage style to your bathroom.
Cheap Chic. I would love to make this my bathroom! I love how crisp and clean the white looks with just a touch of blue, green, and purple (I would add a little pink too). And the chandelier adds a little glam and would be great for taking baths and relaxing. The ladder is such a unique way to hang towels, too!
B tub front for when I convince Jeff we need a bonus room above the garage...this will be in my new ensuite
Soft Fabric Touches Soft and pretty fabric treatments romance the cottage influence of this bathroom. Sweet florals boast an especially cottage feel, particularly in muted colors. Look for ways to bring fabrics into the bathroom by dressing windows and adding a quaint upholstered chair at the dressing table or a covered ottoman for putting on shoes in the morning.